semiconductor company earlier this year as a terrific play on the big boom. mellanox reported astounding earnings beating what analysts were looking for and it doubled in no time. when the stock reached 120, the company announced the cfo was retiring for personal reasons. immediately dropped 20 bucks. we didn't care. we don't like owning stocks when the cfo leaves. we stuck them in the sell, sell, sell block. perhaps i was being paranoid. it was justifiable paranoia. the company reported inline quarter which started after the cfo left. moral of the story, it remains when the cfo unexpectedly announces his decision to depart for personal reasons, you must sell, sell, sell. and another one we put in the sell block was allscripts. the ceo said he would sell the company to bring out value. we said don't be tempted. don't own the stock for takeover purposes when fundamentals are lacking, right?